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- From: "Don Park" <email@example.com>
- To: "Paul Prescod" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "Xml-Dev (E-mail)" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 27 May 1998 22:54:00 -0700
>I prefer to keep the word "document" buried in the acronym because in
>discussions of SDD verification, it should be reserved to mean the
>document being verified. Otherwise all confusion will break loose.
Well, your reasons are understandable but XSD and SDD confuses me still.
One of the things I did not like about DTD is that it is a document format
different from XML documents. Seperating XSD and SDD fuels that confusion.
However, my intent was to provide a comment in the spirit of communal
dicussion. I have no hard stance nor commercial interest to protect so
please move on if it makes no sense.
>> 2. Some of the goals are actually benefits of using XML and redundant.
>Could you comment on which you think are redundant?
XML documents are easy to parse, manipulate, etc. I believe goal #4 and
some of the others state these as goals.
>> 3. Relationship to DTD should be made more clear.
>I don' think that there is a clear relationship to be described, at this
>point. The only thing we know is that there should be a well-defined
>conversion from SDDs to DTDs.
I just think it should be made clear whether XSD functional superset,
equivalent or complement of DTD.
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